Commit 613a291d authored by lostinlight's avatar lostinlight

Fix internal post links

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......@@ -35,11 +35,11 @@ Five networks growing most rapidly in *online* server numbers in 2019 were:
Three other Fediverse platforms that expanded significantly in 2019:
[Misskey](../../misskey) 🎉 +37 servers
[Misskey](/en/misskey) 🎉 +37 servers
[Plume](https://joinplu.me) 🎉 +23 servers
[Funkwhale](../../funkwhale) 🎉 +15 servers
[Funkwhale](/en/funkwhale) 🎉 +15 servers
*Please, note: these numbers are an approximation based on statistics voluntarily provided by server administrators. Highly volatile (servers go offline / online every day), the numbers reflect only part of Fediverse at a given period of time (today!).*
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`January:` Mastodon [receives](https://mastodon.social/@Gargron/101468776092987214) a Samsung Stack Zero [grant](https://samsungnext.com/whats-next/category/podcasts/decentralization-samsung-next-stack-zero-grant-recipients)
`January:` [Friendica](../../friendica) successfully [adopts](https://feneas.org/activitypub-well-its-not-that-bad) ActivityPub protocol
`January:` [Friendica](/en/friendica) successfully [adopts](https://feneas.org/activitypub-well-its-not-that-bad) ActivityPub protocol
`February:` Google [writes code](https://github.com/google/data-transfer-project/tree/master/extensions/data-transfer/portability-data-transfer-mastodon) for [Mastodon](../../mastodon)
`February:` Google [writes code](https://github.com/google/data-transfer-project/tree/master/extensions/data-transfer/portability-data-transfer-mastodon) for [Mastodon](/en/mastodon)
`March:` [Pleroma](../../pleroma) has its first stable release
`March:` [Pleroma](/en/pleroma) has its first stable release
`March:` [Socialhome](../../socialhome) adds ActivityPub federation
`March:` [Socialhome](/en/socialhome) adds ActivityPub federation
`April:` [WriteFreely](https://writefreely.org) [searches](https://writing.exchange/@write_as/101965472625104146) for new developers on a contract basis, becoming a Fediverse project that creates FOSS jobs
`May:` Fediverse has a 🐣 Birthday, technically - [11 years](https://social.diekershoff.de/display/f3ad7b1c-145c-e10f-1e74-b7b177306491) and counting. Happy Birthday, Fedi!
`July:` Hubzilla community announces a [call for participation](https://www.w3.org/community/zot) to standardize the Zot protocol used in [Hubzilla](../../hubzilla) and [Zap](https://zotlabs.com/zap) software
`July:` Hubzilla community announces a [call for participation](https://www.w3.org/community/zot) to standardize the Zot protocol used in [Hubzilla](/en/hubzilla) and [Zap](https://zotlabs.com/zap) software
`July:` [Pixelfed](../../pixelfed) starts federating with other Fedi networks. A long awaited update
`July:` [Pixelfed](/en/pixelfed) starts federating with other Fedi networks. A long awaited update
`August:` [ActivityPub](https://activitypub.rocks) conference in Prague - 💡 watch the [videos](https://conf.tube/videos/watch/c81c92cd-b023-4a32-966c-bb2233e35483)
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`November:` Well-known activist [Aral Balkan](https://mastodon.ar.al/@aral/103160984750213569) speaks at the European Parliament about the future of Internet regulation and the role of Fediverse platforms - 💡 watch the [video](https://video.lqdn.fr/videos/watch/70f2128c-8c06-4cc4-8a5a-bf77e765c8fd)
`December:` [Funkwhale](../../funkwhale) [starts](https://mastodon.eliotberriot.com/@eliotberriot/103260995155741632) federating with Mastodon
`December:` [Funkwhale](/en/funkwhale) [starts](https://mastodon.eliotberriot.com/@eliotberriot/103260995155741632) federating with Mastodon
`December:` users from Scotland massively [join](https://mastodon.social/@Gargron/103342378878530973) Mastodon (popular hashtag: #TwitterExodusScotland)
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ At least <span class="u-emphasize">13 new networks</span> expressed a wish to be
One of the main goals of federating software is decentralizing the web. That requires many Fediverse servers each having a small number of users, hosting data in physically decentralized manner. That's the ideal, a perfect image.
![Illustration of many small interconnected stars](https://fediverse.party/en/post/fediverse-in-2019/ideal.jpg)
![Illustration of many small interconnected stars](/en/post/fediverse-in-2019/ideal.jpg)
But in real world most people register on large Fediverse servers with thousands of users: they're popular, more stable and reliable, their friends are there. And server administrators tend to choose large, well-known hosting solutions: they're cheaper, more stable and reliable. This leads to a situation where 80% of total users are all crowded on 10 large ("flagship") instances, and 40% of all servers are hosted mainly by 5 companies.
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